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Sabah quake: 40 climbers missing, says IGP

KUALA LUMPUR: Search is continuing for 40 climbers missing at Mount Kinabalu after an earthquake hit Sabah on Friday.

Sabah quake: Over 190 still trapped on Mt Kinabalu

KUNDASANG: A total 151 people are still trapped on the summit of Mount Kinabalu while the fate of 40 others on the Via Feratta route to the mountain remains unknown.

Sabah quake: Copter rescue at Mt Kinabalu hampered by clouds

KOTA KINABALU: Rescue helicopters have begun hovering over the Mount Kinabalu summit to bring trapped climbers to safety.

Sabah quake: Doctor confirms at least one death on Mount Kinabalu

KUNDASANG: A Malaysian doctor, who managed to return to the Mount Kinabalu base camp, has confirmed that at least one person died and two others injured following the earthquake.

Sabah quake: Mindef sends helicopter to rescue stranded climbers

PETALING JAYA: An Armed Forces’ EC725 Eurocopter has been dispatched to Mount Kinabalu to provide aid for the stranded climbers, said Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein.

Sabah quake: Emergency holiday for Ranau, public urged to remain cautious

KOTA KINABALU: Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman has advised the public to remain alert and cautious following the earthquake in Ranau.

Sabah quake: Donkey’s Ear Peak on Mount Kinabalu destroyed

KOTA KINABALU: The iconic Donkey's Ear Peak at Mount Kinabalu has been destroyed due to the tremors on Friday morning.

Sabah quake: Five climbers on Mt Kinabalu feared dead

KOTA KINABALU: Fears are growing that there might have been casualties in the aftermath of the earthquake that hit Sabah on Friday.

Sabah quake: Mount Kinabalu may be “angry” with nudists, say locals

PETALING JAYA: The 7.17am earthquake in Ranau may have been caused by aki (mountain protectors) angered over tourists who stripped and urinated at Mount Kinabalu.

Sabah quake: Rescue operations for stranded climbers halted

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Parks is seeking to deploy helicopters to help evacuate about 100 stranded climbers and rangers at the summit plateau of Mount Kinabalu.